Gene Davis Yellow Jack 1979 Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper (Framed)
Artist Name: Gene Davis
Title: Gene Davis: Yellow Jack 1979 Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper (Framed).
Gene Davis, a prominent figure in the Washington Color School and the color abstraction movement, gained widespread recognition for his vibrant and distinctive stripe paintings. His contributions to the contemporary art scene, particularly in Washington, D.C., elevated the city's status as a center of artistic innovation.
Davis received encouragement and support from influential figures such as Jacob Kainen and Clement Greenberg, which played a crucial role in his artistic development. As a result, he had numerous significant exhibitions throughout his illustrious career, both nationally and internationally.
The artwork in focus is a lithograph titled "Yellow Jack," created by Gene Davis in 1979. The lithograph is printed on high-quality Arches archival paper and is beautifully presented in a framed format. Davis's signature use of bold and dynamic stripes is evident in this piece, showcasing his mastery of color and composition.
Medium Type: Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper
Size-Width | Size-Height: 36" x 33"
Signed | Edition Size: Signed in pencil, dated and marked | 235/250